What is CBD?

Cannabidiol, referred to as CBD Oil, makes up roughly 39% of the Hemp plant. It contains ZERO THC, and cannot make us “high’ (it’s non-pshchotropic) and does not appear in drug tests. Our CBD Oil is extracted using CO2 purity, effectiveness against natural ailments and consistency in every crys-tal clear drop. CBD Oil has been studied agressively for many years, with proven effectiveness against MS, Parkin-son’s and other ailments. Users around the world have touted relief from symptoms such as fatigue, joint pain, anxiety, insomnia, digestion and many others.

In December of 2018, President Donald Trump signed the US Farm Bill, which made the growth, processing and distribution of CBD Oil legal in all 50 states. Looking ahead, the FDA will review the inclusion of CBD Oil in foods on May 1st, with anticipation of approving this for relief for suffering Americans. Hemp has been a controversial plant in US History. During World War II, the US Navy grew hemp for it’s powerful anchor and tow ropes. Marijuana has commonly divided the public thought, yet CBD Oil now emerges as a completely positive, THC-free solution for pain—without the harmful and po-tentially deadly side effects of man-made drugs many of us take daily.

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CBD In Action In The Body

CBD (Cannabidiol) is a compound found in the Cannabis plant. It can be used in several different ways including vaping, tinctures, capsules, and edibles.Unlike its close relative, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD is com-pletely non-psychoactive. This allows us to benefit from the many health properties of the Cannabis plant without the negative side effects of “getting high.”

Because of this, CBD became a very popular option for those seeking a natural alternative to treat conditions such as chronic pain, multiple sclerosis, PTSD, epilepsy and other mental disorders.At first, many were skeptical, thinking that a natural compound, let alone a Cannabis-compound, could effectively treat such a wide range of conditions. But as medical researchers learned more, and the stories from tens of thousands of people began to stack up, the truth was undeniable. CBD works.But how exactly does it work?For starters, CBD inherits many of the medicinal properties of Cannabis such as being anti-inflamma-tory and anti-anxiolytic. This allows it to provide natural stress, anxiety and pain relief.But this alone isn’t what allows CBD to benefit so many conditions.What allows it to effectively treat so many conditions, and maintain health and wellness in the body, is how how the cannabinoids found in CBD interact with receptors throughout our body.Let’s talk about the Endocannabinoid System.In 1988, the first cannabinoid receptor was discovered in the brain of a rat. Researchers found that these receptors reacted specifically to THC, and were found primarily found in regions of the brain responsible for mental and physiological processes such as memory, high cognition, emotion, and motor coordination.Two years later, in 1993, the second cannabinoid receptor was found as part of the immune and central nervous systems. It was then that researchers started to realize that they may have been onto

Because of this, CBD became a very popular option for those seeking a natural alternative to treat conditions such as chronic pain, multiple sclerosis, PTSD, epilepsy and other mental disorders.At first, many were skeptical, thinking that a natural compound, let alone a Cannabis-compound, could effectively treat such a wide range of conditions. But as medical researchers learned more, and the stories from tens of thousands of people began to stack up, the truth was undeniable. CBD works.But how exactly does it work?For starters, CBD inherits many of the medicinal properties of Cannabis such as being anti-inflamma-tory and anti-anxiolytic. This allows it to provide natural stress, anxiety and pain relief.But this alone isn’t what allows CBD to benefit so many conditions.What allows it to effectively treat so many conditions, and maintain health and wellness in the body, is how how the cannabinoids found in CBD interact with receptors throughout our body.Let’s talk about the Endocannabinoid System.In 1988, the first cannabinoid receptor was discovered in the brain of a rat. Researchers found that these receptors reacted specifically to THC, and were found primarily found in regions of the brain responsible for mental and physiological processes such as memory, high cognition, emotion, and motor coordination.Two years later, in 1993, the second cannabinoid receptor was found as part of the immune and central nervous systems. It was then that researchers started to realize that they may have been onto

Is CBD Oil Legal?

The 2018 Farm Bill that overwhelmingly passed in the U.S. Senate has now become law since Donald Trump signed the bill in December of 2018. For hemp growers and CBD-product manufacturers the big news is hemp will no longer be equated under drug laws with its psychotropic cousin, marijuana. Under the new laws, hemp will be managed by Department of Agriculture as a crop rather than by the Justice Department as an illegal substance.

The passing of the farm bill led to more transparency in the market as past statutes reduced access to research and made the CBD landscape tricky to navigate for the consumer.
Now CBD Oil is legal and the product is available and welcomed by consumers in all 50 states.